So I'm not going to show a picture since I think it would be cruel considering every single coupon I used expired today, except one (the gain dish liquid). Instead I will just tell you a couple of the awesome things I found.
You know those Lysol no touch hand soap things that were $2 at CVS a couple of weeks ago? Well I've been using mine since the day I bought it (in my bathroom) and I absolutely love it. The dispenser never gets dirty or water marked because I never touch it! And the amount it dispenses, along with the scent, are perfect. So I saw them at Target today for $6.04!!!! The sign said price cut, and for once in Target's history with me, I believe them. This is a big price cut no matter where you shop. I remembered that when I bought the one at CVS I cut all 5 of the coupons I had rather than just 1 because I thought I could find them cheap at Walgreens too. So turns out I just happened to have 5 of the $3/1 coupons from the 7/11 SS that expire today! Well I didn't want to buy that many even though $3.04 is a phenomenal price, so I bought 2. I figured that if Lysol doesn't put out coupons for the refills for a while I'm set using the refills in these 2 packages. Yay!! (I put my other 3 coupons on the products themselves just in case a shopper noticed them tonight and could take advantage of them).
That was really the only exciting thing at Target. I got some travel size Tide and a clearanced kid toothpaste for the other frugal blonde's kiddo. My total for everything was about $7.
On to Walmart:
The only thing I knew for sure I would pick up at Walmart was the Gain dish liquid. There is a $1/1 in the 8/29 P&G and Walmart is selling the small bottles for $0.97 and the larger bottles for $1.97. My store had the original scent and the lavender scent. Lavender somehow reminds me of my allergies so I bought 4 of the original scent. And the computer accepted the coupons at face value so I got $0.12 overage.
My exciting find at Walmart: In the 8/1 P&G there was a $3/1 Febreze Noticeables Warmer OR Starter Kit. The warmer was priced at $2.54. The incredible thing? This is not a sale or anything special. It was the regular tag. I'm telling you, I read the packaging and the coupon at least 10 times to verify that I wasn't crazy and it was the right item. Guess what? I got the face value of these coupons too! I bought 4, so that's a total of $1.84 overage. Now, these didn't come with any actual oil, but I couldn't pass up making money on them. Some day soon I will buy the refills with some grand coupon we get. So I knew if I got overage I'd have $1.96, so I just picked up one of those huge packs of gum in the checkout line and my total was $0.66!!!
Yay for easy shopping trips!